And none of them are Lati@s. Of course we have the very expected Mega Sceptile and Mega Swampert. The former is Grass/Dragon, while the latter remains Water/Ground. So I guess at least Mega Sceptile gets an interesting typing, and it already has all the major Dragon moves bar Draco Meteor, which if Ampharos and Charizard are any indication it won't be getting anyway.
We're also getting a Mega Diancie right off the bat, and its ability so far is listed as being unknown. I gotta say, it feels weird to have a mega evolution introduced so soon after the Pokémon first becomes available, but I guess they realized how badly they messed Diancie up. The ability still remaining undisclosed gives me some hope, though Trollfreak is Trollfreak...
Finally, Atom Kyogre and Atom Groudon are a thing. Serebii's wording seems to say they're megas, but if that's the case, then why aren't they Mega Kyogre and Mega Groudon? This is important because mega evolutions get stat boosts, but alternate forms don't, aside from Rotom. Alternate forms can also be triggered through some other means than a held item, but not megas. And as I've mentioned in a blog post a while ago, if they were to be given perma-weather abilities (as in, abilities that'd work the way Drizzle and Drought did in gens 3 through 5), alternate forms would do the job much better than megas anyway. (This has changed quickly: see edit below for details.)
Pokémon Get TV promised us a scoop in the June 15 episode... is it going to be a repeat of what we found today, or something actually new? As much as I'm tempted to say the former, it was its predecessor that first made it clear we were going to get a Fairy type, although they lied on its type matchups. (Yes, I'm still bitter about that, if you couldn't tell.) So see you in a week, one way or the other!
Edit: Information coming in fast! Mega Sceptile has... LIGHTNINGROD?!? Well, that's kind of a waste, since Grass/Dragon has a 4x resistance to Electric, but the special attack boost... well, let's wait until we know its stat spread, okay? To be fair, saying no to Volt Switch and Thunder Wave is great, but I can't help but think it needed much more. Mega Swampert has Swift Swim, which is also not such a good choice. Someone at Gamefreak REALLY likes Blaziken!
Anyway, as far as Kyogre and Groudon go, the "Atom" term seems to have been a mistranslation of sorts, it seems to be either "primal", "primordial" or "primeval", and this whole thing is related to a phenomenon called "ancient devolution". Serebii also put the term "mega evolution" in quotes, hinting that even he may not be sure whether it's one or not.
Finally, all the major characters of Team Aqua and Team Magma, as well as Brendan and May, received redesigns. Not sure why they did that, they didn't make such stark changes in other remakes (other than replacing Kris with Lyra). Oh well. By the way, Steven seems to have a Mega Charizard X. I'm sort of disappointed... they seem dead set on shoving that thing down our throats as much as humanly possible, not to mention, Charizard has nothing to do with Steven's mineral theme, unlike, say, freaking Mega Aggron.